Rachel Hamm is a political figure who ran for Secretary of State in California during the 2022 midterms. Additionally, Hamm is a #1 best-selling author, speaker, and host of The Rachel Hamm Show.
Alongside her husband of 25 years and their four sons, Rachel served as a children’s ministries director at a large evangelical church, overseeing a staff of over a hundred people and coordinating weekly schedules, lesson plans, and activities. Rachel went on to a position in operations with Live Nation and AEG, where she worked directly with top artists and musicians, coordinating and facilitating production for live shows.
As a result of the Governor’s Covid-19 mandate and lockdowns, shows and concerts were canceled and venues closed across the state leaving millions out of work. Rachel watched as her employees, staff, and friends lost their jobs, businesses, retirement savings, and livelihoods at the hands of an out-of-control government. For these reasons, Hamm decided to run for Secretary of State in California as a Republican candidate. Her campaign focused on increasing election security, improving voter turnout, and promoting economic development through business-friendly policies.
During the campaign, Hamm faced tough competition from her Democratic opponent, Shirley N. Weber, who ultimately won the election. Despite her loss, Hamm continued to be active in politics, working on issues related to election integrity and voter participation.
Outside of politics, Hamm is a dedicated community leader and volunteer. She has served on the board of several nonprofit organizations, including as the California Chairwoman for Rethink! GOP. She has also been involved in promoting education and youth empowerment in her local community.
In 2020 Rachel launched The Rachel Hamm Show, which highlights political, cultural, and spiritual issues facing us today. Rachel has an audience of 50,000+, with people tuning in from all over the world. As a result, she has been invited to speak to audiences all over the nation.
Hamm is known for her commitment to public service and advocacy for policies promoting economic growth and individual liberty. Although her bid for Secretary of State was unsuccessful, she remains active in California politics and inspires many leaders nationwide.